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Printing in Windows 7 using a GPO

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I am rolling out Windows 7 workstations using SCCM. I have created a GPO to map a shared printer. The shared printer maps fine, but when the user selects the printer to print, it says the printer driver has not been installed. I believe this is due to permissions. How can I overcome this? Can I install the printer driver using SCCM? If so, how?



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dependent on the printer, yes you can, if it is an installer, run the silent installer or extract it and load the drivers this way.... include these drivers in your driver pack and bobs your uncle :)



you can also deploy this style "software" via GPO i though, so maybe an option also.

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